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Quorus Raises $1.5M to Make Personalized Investing Simple and Accessible

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Quorus, the personalized investing platform, has raised $1.5 million in a pre-seed round led by New Stack Ventures. The round also included participation from other investors and operators in the fintech space.

Quorus is on a mission to make personalized investing easy and accessible for everyone. The platform allows investors and advisors to create and manage personalized portfolios.

The company was founded by John Hill, CFA, and Scott Shumway, who have extensive experience in the financial industry and a passion for democratizing investing. They launched Quorus in 2022 with the vision of creating a platform that simplifies the process of personalized investing while giving clients unprecedented choices of investment strategies from leading investment managers.

Some of the benefits of using Quorus as a personalized investing platform are:

  • Daily Tax-loss Harvesting;
  • Automations for Rebalancing;
  • Forecasting Tools;
  • An Intuitive Advisor User Experience.


“We are thankful to partner with an incredible group of investors and operators, led by New Stack Ventures alongside Michael Elnick (Co-founder of Tegus) and Sean Hanlon (President of Hanlon Investment Management)”, said John Hill, co-founder and CEO of Quorus. “We will use the funding to expand our streamlined platform for creating and managing personalized investment accounts”


Quorus is currently in beta and accepting sign-ups for early access. To learn more about Quorus and join the waitlist, visit